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US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection

A historical component has existed at the US Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery since May 1907 with the establishment of the Publications Office. In addition to producing The Naval Medical Bulletin, the Publications Office was responsible for producing occasional historical monographs, and maintaining a historical archive. Today the Office of Medical History's mission has evolved to preserve and promote the history and heritage of the Navy Medical Department while serving the needs of our customers. The collection consists of publications, public records, manuscripts, personal papers, hospital plans, Navy Hygiene Museum records, biographical files, subject files, facility files, films, videos, photographs, prints, drawings, and artifacts. The OMH currently consists of over 100 collections covering over 1,000 linear feet and is staffed by a historian and an archivist.

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Navy Medicine magazine 1,153
MEDNEWS 577
Navy Medicine Live Blog 500
World War II 327
Nurse Corps 246
hospital ship 228
Vietnam War 203
Hospital Corps 201
humanitarian assistance 193
World War 2 180
NH Twentynine Palms 174
vaccination 170
medicalheritagelibrary 163
NH Bremerton 160
pediatrics 155
NAMRU-3 150
Naval Medical Research Institute 142
malaria 137
NMC San Diego 133
NMC Portsmouth 132
National Naval Medical Center 130
obituaries 128
NH Jacksonville 126
dentistry 120
military medicine 119
smoking 117
NH Pensacola 115
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 110
NH Yokosuka 108
Korean War 101
Medical Service Corps 94
anthrax 92
influenza 91
index 90
Afghanistan 89
NAMRU-2 87
history of medicine 87
oral history 87
Africa 86
films 85
Naval Medical Research Center 84
Dental Corps 82
NH Guam 78
POWs 74
Iraq 72
NH Okinawa 72
tuberculosis 72
training 68
ophthalmology 66
NH Camp Lejeune 63
USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) 61
Pacific Partnership 59
nutrition 59
psychiatry 54
NH Great Lakes 53
USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) 53
drug abuse 52
suicide 52
NH Camp Pendleton 51
Marine Corps 50
alcoholism 50
telemedicine 50
Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center 49
entomology 49
tobacco 49
Japan 48
Naval Health Research Center 48
Prisoners of War 48
Sailor of the Year 47
BUMED 46
Bronze Star 45
Civil War 45
AIDS 44
breast cancer 44
NAMRU-4 43
NAMRU-6 43
mental health 43
psychology 43
women's health 42
Naval Medical Field Research Laboratory 41
US Marine Corps 41
aviation medicine 41
NAMRU-SA 40
blood transfusion 40
hearing 40
penicillin 40
Naval School of Aviation Medicine 39
film 39
obstetrics 39
Medal of Honor 38
Naval Medical School 38
NH Guantanamo Bay 37
NH Rota 37
Naval Dental School 37
Antarctica 36
National Museum of Health and Medicine 36
blood bank 35
cardiology 35
obituary 35
Haiti 34
NASA 33
World War I 33
Fleet Marine Force 32
hospital corpsmen 32
pathology 32
Hospital Corpsmen 31
NH Beaufort 31
NH Oakland 30
HIV 29
medical records 29
smallpox 29
USNS Comfort 28
astronauts 28
stress 28
Egypt 27
Indonesia 27
Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory 27
PTSD 27
Cuba 26
NH Corpus Christi 26
Operation Iraqi Freedom 26
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 26
submarine medicine 26
venereal disease 26
NH Portsmouth 25
USNS Mercy 25
Medical Corps 24
Persian Gulf War 24
Peru 24
Statistics of Navy Medicine 24
USS Repose 24
fluoridation 24
syphilis 24
NEPMU-2 23
NH Philadelphia 23
TRICARE 23
women's history 23
Iwo Jima 22
Philippines 22
World War 1 22
antibiotics 22
atabrine 22
NAMRU-Dayton 21
NEPMU-6 21
NH Naples 21
U.S. Navy 21
aircraft carrier 21
mass casualty drill 21
submarine 21
MedNews 20
Operation Deep Freeze 20
Prisoner of War 20
humanitarian mission 20
physical therapy 20
human research protection 19
radiology 19
Ghana 18
NAMRU-D 18
NH Bethesda 18
Naval School of Health Sciences 18
Operation Desert Storm 18
Operation Enduring Freedom 18
diabetes 18
ebola 18
space 18
Croatia 17
NEPMU-5 17
NH Cherry Point 17
Rebecca McCormick-Boyle 17
cholera 17
earthquake 17
flight surgeons 17
heart disease 17
pharmacy 17
BRAC 16
Cambodia 16
NMRI 16
Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory 16
September 11 Terrorist Attacks 16
astronaut 16
epidemiology 16
Camp Lejeune 15
Iraq War 15
NH Charleston 15
NH Corona 15
NH Lemoore 15
Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory (NAMRL) 15
Navy Environmental Health Center 15
USS Repose (AH-16) 15
USSR 15
cartoons 15
health insurance 15
leprosy 15
sleep 15
American Red Cross 14
Gulf War Syndrome 14
Liberia 14
NH Newport 14
Navy Medicine Magazine 14
USS Boxer (LHD 4) 14
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TABLE OF CONTENTSElements Contained in Normal Blood . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Origin of Blood Cells . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Functions of the Blood . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Metabolic Functions . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Defensive Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2Routine Hematological Procedures . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . ....
Topics: course manual, medical school, Naval Medical School, National Naval Medical Center, hematology,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
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Course manual from US Naval Medical School, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD
Topics: biochemistry, course manual, medical school, Naval Medical School, National Naval Medical Center,...
Naval Hospital, Long Beach Decommissioning Ceremony program.Contains biographies of VADM Donald Hagen, CAPT Harry E Selfridge, CAPT Barbara Mencik and HMCM(SW) William D. Stockton.
Topic: NH Long Beach
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
by U.S. Navy. Naval Medical School. Edward Rhodes Stitt Library
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Edward Rhodes Stitt Library Catalog, Naval Medical School, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD
Topics: Stitt Library, Naval Medical School, National Naval Medical Center
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
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A history of the first US Naval Observatory and BUMED's Potomac Annex. Scripted and produced by Jan Herman. "A HILLTOP IN FOGGY BOTTOM: home of the old Naval Observatory and the Navy Medical Department, where many firsts in science and technology took place. This is where the science of oceanography was born, where the moons of Mars were discovered, where the underwater path of the first transatlantic cable was plotted. This location played a key role in the Civil War, our westward...
Topics: astronomy, prime meridian, Civil War, telegraph, maps, time, timekeeping,, John Quincy Adams,...
Scrubbing In, brought to you by the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, takes you around Navy Medicine to show who we are and what we do. In this episode, Paul Ross travels to the Bioskills Simulation Training Center at Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) to show how Navy Medicine personnel use simulators to provide realistic training. Paul participates in a simulated medical code, the delivery of a baby, and treatment battlefield injuries. (Produced by U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and...
Topics: training, obstetrics
Navmed P-5021FOREWORD ... III KILLED IN ACTION .... 1 Medical Corps Officers ... 3 Dental Corps Officers ...4 Hospital Corps Officers ....5Hospital Corps Enlisted .....5 DIED OF WOUNDS. ....24 Medical Corps Officers ..... 25 Hospital Corps Enlisted  ....25KILLED OR DIED AS PRISONER OF WAR ....28 Medical Corps Officers . ....20 Dental Corps Officers .....29 Hospital Corps Officers .... 29Hospital Corps Enlisted ....30 WOUNDED IN ACTION . 34Medical Corps Officers .... 35 Dental Corp...
Topics: World War II, World War 2, Medal of Honor, Prisoners of War, POWs, Bronze Star, Navy Cross, Silver...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 98, No. 4 July-August 2007 4 Department Rounds 24 "Navy Dental Corps: Celebrating 95 Years ... Always Ready" CAPT A.D. Peters, DC, USN 27 HMS Amethyst's Angel of Mercy J.K. Herman 31 "We Have Lost 134 of Our Brothers" AO3 Paul Friedman 33 In Memoriam CAPT Donald C. Kent, MC, USN (Ret.) 34 Book Review Frozen in Memory: U.S. Navy Medicine in the Korean War 35 A Look Back Navy Medicine 1943
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Dental Corps, HMS Amethyst, Chinese Civil War,...
Annual report and executive summary of tri-service pathology institute.
Topics: U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, military medicine, forensics, Armed Forces Institute of...
Guide For Medical Personnel Augmenting Fleet Marine And Amphibious Forces.  NAVMED P-5084
Topics: training manual, FMF, Fleet Marine Force, Hospital Corpsmen, individual augmentees, Vietnam War
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 97, No. 3 May-June 2006 Department Rounds FORCM(SW/AW) Jacqueline Dirosa, USN Relieved by FORCM(FMF/SS/SW) Robert H. Elliott, USN-2,3 New Medical Department Flag Selections-4 New Medical System Being Integrated into Marine Corps-5 NMETC Paves the Way for Sea Warrior-5 Hospital Sends Record Number of Sailors to Nursing School-6 CMRT-3 Donates Medicine, Furniture to Relief Camp-6 Medical Treatment Affects Thousands in Mindanao State University-7 Doctor Brings Trauma...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Iraq War, Nurse Corps, Vietnam War
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 69, No. 9 September 19781 From the Surgeon General2 Department RoundsAt NNMC Bethesda, Group Therapy Puts a Focus on the Family6 Notes and Announcements8 Scholars' ScuttlebuttThe Medical School Liaison Officer10 Instructions and Directives12 FeaturesNaval Aviation PhysiologyLCDR T.J. 0 'Leary, MSC, USN18 Hospital Corps Career Decision: The Time Is Now!19 Roster- 1 August 1978Staff Medical and Dental Officers at Major Activities23 NAVMED Newsmakers24 ProfessionalBezoar :...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, group therapy, NNMC Bethesda, psychiatry, Aviation medicine, hospital...
Navy Medicine Vol. 105 No. 1 Special IssueThe Almanac 20134 | Admiral’s Call8 | Navy Medicine 10110 | Bureau of Medicine and Surgery12 | Navy Medicine East16 | Navy Medicine West20 | Navy Medicine National Capital Area24 | Navy Medicine Education andTraining Command26 | Naval Medical Logistics Command27 | Navy and Marine Corps PublicHealth Center28 | Navy Medicine Locations Map30 | Naval Medical Research Center34 | Afloat Medical Capabilities38 | Medical Corps39 | Nurse Corps40 | Dental...
Topic: Navy Medicine magazine
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 81, No.5 September-October 1990 From the Surgeon General 1 The Bright Spot in Desert Shield Features 2 Don't Myth- Apply TQM LCDR T.M. McCombs, MC, USNR K. B. Kreitman, M. S. 7 Continuous Quality Improvement in the Navy Medical Department: Revolution or Evolution? CAPT D. Kemp, MC, USN CAPT R. Zentmyer, MSC, USN 14 Navy Medicine Mobilizes for Desert Shield Professional 22 Violence in the Emergency Department LCDR K. L. Hall-Boyer, MC, USN LCDR W. F. Boyer, MC, USNR Notes and...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Desert Shield, Total Quality Management, Persian Gulf War, Emergency Rooms,...
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 87, No.5 September-October 1996 Department Rounds 1 Cobra Gold-MEDCAP CAPT MS. Baker, MC, USNR Features 4 Joint Task Force-Medical Treatment Facility Fleet Surgical Teams CDR B. Rice, NC, USN LT P. Harper, MSC, USN 8 Future Challenges for Operational Medicine: Care of the Echelons G.E. Horne, D.Sc. NB. Carey, Ph.D. C.R. Rattelman 14 Surgery at Sea: A 3-Year Review of Surgical Care on an Aircraft Carrier LCDR J.P. McDermott, MC, USNR LCDR M McCoucha, NC, USNR HMI C.B. Wolfe...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Fleet Surgical Teams, aircraft carrier, stress
"Founded in 1862 as the Army Medical Museum, the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) has transformed itself from collecting diseased organs and bones for study to a tri-service agency dedicated to expert pathology consultation, education, and research. Located on the Walter Reed Army Medical Center campus, the AFIP plays a critical role in the safety of America’s service members, providing research that revolutionizes medical treatment and protection in the battlefield. With a...
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of Health and Medicine, medical museum
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 56 No. 3 September 1970FROM THE CHIEF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2COMING AND GOING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3FEATURE ARTICLESPeruvian Earthquake Relief Operations . . . . . . . . . 5Report on Peruvian Earthquake Relief Operation ... 10The Naval Dispensary, Washington, D.C. . . . . . . . . 15READ ON MACDUFF .. ...... : . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21PROFESSIONAL PAPERSThe Hematologists ' Corner-The Acute Leukemias . . .. . . . . . . ....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Peru, earthquake, obituaries, Humanitarian assistance, Naval Dispensary...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 98, No. 3 May-June 2007 4 Department Rounds 22 Navy Medicine Welcomes 10 New Lean Six Sigma Black Belts Jacky Fisher Doris Ryan 24 Marine and Sailors Provide Medical Care to Kenyan Community LCPL Aaron J. Rick 26 A Surgeon Remember Khe Sanh 29 In Memoriam CDR Nancy J. 'Bing' Crosby, NC, USN (Ret.) RADM Melvin Museles, MC, USN (Ret.) 31 A Look Back Navy Medicine ca. 1914
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Vietnam War, Iraq War, Kenya, humanitarian mission,...
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 94, No. 6 November-December 2003 Research and Development 1 Navy Medicine R & D Laboratories: Supporting Global SARS Surveillance Efforts D.M. Ryan 2 Antimalarial Drug Resistance Surveillance in South America: A Joint U.S. Navy and CDC Initiative CAPT T.K. Ruebush, II, USPHS CAPT J.P. Burans, MSC, USN Department Rounds 5 The Surgeon General's Exercise in Operational Leadership Goes to Sea J.K. Herman 7 The Story Behind the Picture HM1(FMF) R.W. Barnett, USN Features 13...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Iwo Jima, World War II, Index, SARS, Antimalarial...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 98, No. 5 September-October 2007 4 Department Rounds 26 Not Beatin' Around the Mulberry Bush: The Life of Clay Aloysius Boland, Navy Dentist and Songwriter 28 Luxury Meets the U.S. Navy Kevin Bash 31 "I Canceled My Policy!" LT Bill Henry 34 Book Review On Call In Hell 35 A Look Back Navy Medicine 1951
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Clay Boland, songwriting, Dental Corps, NH Corona,...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 99, No. 2 March-April 2008 4 Admiral's Call 8 Department Rounds 23 Comfort's Skipper Recalls Hospital Ship's Humanitarian Mission CAPT Bruce Boynton, MC, USN 26 "Get Me to Charlie Med!" 1st LT William K. Gay, USMC 28 Forum Nobody Asked Me but ⦠The Navy and Marine Corps Need a Model for Ethics Training CAPT Elizabeth Holmes, USN (Ret.) Building A Sea-Based Medical Support System PART II: Expeditionary Sealift CAPT A.M. Smith, MC, USNR, (Ret.) 33 In Memoriam...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, ethics, Vietnam War, USNS Comfort, hospital ship,...
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 86, No. 2 March-April 1995 1 The Pope Blesses Navy Medicine Department Rounds 2 Japan's Rescue Seagull 80 Flies U.S. Sailor to Hospital 4 Reengineering Medical Care 5 Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune Promotes USMC Wellness Features 6 Training Program for the Prevention of Motion Sickness D.L. Matson, Ph.D. CDR D.L. Dolgin, MSC, USN 8 Flight Nurse at Iwo JK. Herman 13 Navy Medicine's Future in the Workplace LCDR JN Hudson, MSC, USN 16 USS Rixey and the APH Class S.M Dunn 21...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, USS Rixey, medicalheritagelibrary, Pope John Paul II, air evacuation, World...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
by U.S. Navy. Bureau of Yards and Docks
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ABC WARFARE DEFENSE ASHORETECHNICAL PUBLICATIONNAVDOCKS-TP- PL-2REVISED APRIL 1960DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVYBUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKSWASHINGTON 2 5 . D . C .
Topics: ABC Warfare, atomic warfare, chemical warfare, biological warfare, manual
Diary Captain Robert G. Davis, MC, USN - Prisoner of the Japanese in Luzon, Formosa, Japan, Manchuria, 8 December 1941-7 September 1945also titledDiary Captain Robert G. Davis, MC, USN - Medical Officer in Command, U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, P.I. From the Outbreak of the War in the Philippines Until his Return to the United States 8 December 1941 - 7 September 1945Folder 15-JHC Archives Memo 268-45
Topics: World War II, Prisoners of War, POWs, Japan, NH Canacao, Philippines, Bilibid Prison, Hospital...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 97, No. 6 November-December 2006 4 Department Rounds Navy Medicine 1944 25 USNS Comfort's MTF Skipper - Interview with CAPT Albert Shimkus, NC by Jan Herman 30 First Blood on Valentine's Ridge Raymond Felle 32 In Memoriam CAPT Joseph P. Pollard, MC, USN (Ret.) RADM Russell L. Marlor, MC, USN (Ret.) 34 Index A Look Back
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, USNS Comfort, hospital ship, obituaries, NEPMU-7,...
Naval Hospital Oakland 1971 Unofficial Guide And Directory'Welcome Aboard' by RADM H.P. Mahin.
Topics: NH Oakland, California, US Navy
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 100, No. 1 January-February 2009 4 ADMIRAL'S CALL 5 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 6 DEPARTMENT ROUNDS FEATURES 18 Confusion over Conversions: Clarification on the Military-to-Civilian to Military Mandates CDR R. S. Fry, MSC, USN LCDR R. L. Anderson, MSC, USN 21 Corpsmen Are Not Chefs D. Noah FORUM 23 Is Navy Medicine Ready for Servant Leadership? LCDR F.H. Stubbs, III, MSC, USN 26 Building A Sea-Based Medical Support System PART VII: The Impact of Differing Service Perspectives on...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, obituaries, Nurse Corps
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
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U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 63 No. 5 May 1974FROM THE CHIEF ...................... 2ANNIVERSARY GREETINGS FROM DIRECTOR, NAVY NURSE CORPS ....... 4FEATURE ARTICLESIf They Could See Us Now - Navy Nurse Corps 1908-1974 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Ambulatory-Care Nurse Practitioner Program .. .. . 10CDR A.G. Liakos, NC, USNPediatric Weight Control: Fun and Games ... . . 14LCDR P. Barkus, NC, USN,Mrs. C. Brach, MA andL T B. Starr, MSC, USNRCareer Planning for Medical Officers in the Naval Reserve ... . ....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Nurse Corps, pediatrics, JANGO, hospital corpsmen, dentistry, obituaries,...
Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 11, May 25, 2007Multilateral Medical Effort Eases Pain of Locals During Cobra Gold ...1Navy Nurse Corps Celebrates 99th Birthday ...2New Data Technology Streamlines Patient Care Process During Cobra Gold 2007 ...2Recon Corpsman Recognized for Valor ...3Hospital Celebrates Nurses, Presents Junior Excellence Award ...4NBHC Nurse Corps Officer Receives USO Award ...5
Topics: MEDNEWS, Cobra Gold, Thailand, humanitarian assistance, Nurse Corps, NH Bremerton, Brian Thurmond,...
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 73, No. 6 June 1982 1 Department Rounds Corpsman Helps Salvage Air Florida Jetliner G. Houston 2 Features Triage: Application of Concepts and Review CAPT W.H. Gondring, MC, USNR-R 6 Hypothermia: Prevention (Conclusion) CDR D.C. Arthur, MC, USN 11 Home of BUMED: The Golden Age (Part Four) J.K. Herman 22 Clinical Notes Actinic Cheilitis: Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment LCDR G.E. MacFarlane, DC, USN CDR G. T. Terezhalmy, DC, USN 25 Education and Training Nurse Corps ....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Air Florida plane crash, hospital corpsmen, triage, hypothermia, BUMED,...
Annual report of tri-service pathology institute.
Topics: U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, military medicine, forensics, Armed Forces Institute of...
Annual report and executive summary of tri-service pathology institute.
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of Health and Medicine, medical museum
BRIEF HISTORY OF 1st HOSPITAL COMPANY, 1st MEDICAL BATTALION, 3rd MEDICAL BATTALION IN REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Topics: Vietnam War, Marine Corps, FMF, Fleet Marine Force
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 94, No. 1 January-February 2003 Deparhnent Rounds 1 Navy Continues West Nile Virus Surveillance LT FM Stell, MSC, USNR LT J.J. English, MSC, USNR Features 2 Ruth Powderly: The Administering Angel A.B. Sobocinski 4 Out for Blood A.K. Lundquist LCDR H. W Lundquist, USNR (Ret.) 7 Laura Cobb: A Kansas Nurse in a Japanese Prisoner of War Camp J. Johnson, Ph.D. 14 From Vietnam to Afghanistan: A Career of Teaching, Leading, and Caring for Others LCDR YH. Aboul-Enein, MSC, USN A.B....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, West Nile virus, Ruth Powderly, nursing, American...
AFIP'S AIDS Pathology Program collaborates with international experts; Diverse Paths Taken in Studying the Disease ...1First Robert E. Stowell Lecture Highlights ARP Board Meeting ...1WHO Salivary Gland Tumor Classification Published ...2Proper packaging of formalin-fixed tissue specimens ...3Captain Heather N. Tyreman, Chief, Resources Management ...4COL J. Thomas Stocker Elected Fellow of CAP ...4AFIP STAFF "IN THE NEWS" ...5George Migaki, D.V.M., Retires from Registry of...
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of Health and Medicine, AIDS, HIV
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 92, No. 6 November-December 2001 Department Rounds 1 Navy Medicine Responds VADM M. L. Cowan, MC, USN 2 Navy Medicine 'Steams to Assist' and Honors Heroes J. Davis 3 Bringing Comfort JO2 E. Maurer 6 The Right Thing to Do CAPT R. Bally, MSC, USN 11 Letter of Appreciation from Skokie IL, Fire Department 12 Picking Up the Pieces CAPT S.S. Frost, MC, USNR CAPT J.P. Feerick, MC, USNR 16 Crisis Ministry CAPT J.F. Vieira, CHC, USN 19 Crisis Ministry on a CACO Team and at the Family...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, September 11 terrorist attacks, terrorism, World Trade Center, Pentagon,...
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 76, No. 5 September-October 1985 I From the Commander Department Rounds 2 Researchers Dive to Beat the Bends D.M. LaMacchia Bethesda Consultant's Corner 5 Medical Evaluation of Potential Athletic Participants: A Growing Responsibility CDR D.R. Perry, MC, USN Features 9 Credibility in Operational Medicine LCDR J.M. Linenger, (FS) MC, USN 12 Microcomputer Database Management Systems ENS J.L. Bemrich, MSC, USN R 16 TRIFOOD: A Computerized Medical Food Service Information...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, hospital ship, suicide, Hyperbaric Medicine, bends,...
from the forewordThis Catalog is issued under the authority of DoD Directive 5040.2, "Audiovisual Activities," July 23, 1979. It explains how to obtain and use copies of audiovisual (AV) productions produced and procured in support of formal training, education, management, and information objectives by all echelons within the Department of Defense. This Catalog applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Military Departments, the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of...
Topics: films, movies, US Army
Annual report of tri-service pathology institute.
Topics: U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, military medicine, forensics, Armed Forces Institute of...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 97, No. 1 January-February 2006 2 Department Rounds Angels From Above: II MEF CASEVAC Teams Save Lives EMF Kuwait, Camp Pendleton Detachment Takes Charge During Ceremony Strategies For Reducing Physical Training Related Injuries Corpsman Continues to Care for Marines after Losing Leg Navy Corpsmen Follow Their Patients to the Front Lines New Navy Program Awards Hardworking Sailors First Joint Navy, Veterans Affairs Hospital to be Built New Wellness Support Program Announced...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, EMF Kuwait, Iraq War, Hospital Corps, Pakistan,...
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 70, No. 1 January 19791 From the Surgeon General2 Department RoundsNational Children's Dental Health Week ... Dental Repair Tech School Relocated5 Safety6 Notes and Announcements8 Scholars' ScuttlebuttACDUTRA Option: Orientation at SeaENS W.M. Roberts, MC, USNR12 Instructions and Directives14 FeaturesThe Move to MicrographicsLT P.A. Shannon, MSC, USN20 ACHA Admits New MSC Members23 First Regional Medical Record Meeting24 Diagnostic Data: A Key to Decision-MakingCAPT J.J....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, dentistry, pediatrics, Naval School of Dental Assisting and Technology,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
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The Grog Issue 37, 2013FeaturesSharks, No Chaser: A Look Back at the Navy's Fight Against the Denizens of the Deep ......................................................page 4Vixerat: RADM Ferdinand Berley (1912-2013).............................page 14Angels of the Airfield: Navy Air Evacuation Nurses of World War II .................page 16ShowcaseBUMED Aviation Supplement's "Shark Notes"...............................page 6A Few Facts About...
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Topics: History of medicine, sharks, Navy Air Evacuation Nurses, Joel Boone, Ferdinand Berley, obituaries,...
Kentner's Journal.Bilibid Prison, Manila, P.I. from 12-8-41 to 2-5-45.A Daily Journal of Events Connected with the Personnel of the U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, CANACAO, P. I . From the Outbreak of the War in the Philippine Islands 12-8-41 Until the Liberation of Bilibid Prison 2-8-45.By Robert W. Kentner, PhM1c USNA Prisoner in Bilibid•••••This journal was presented to the Hospital Corps Archives Unit, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, by the Author, on 21 April, 1945, after his arrival as a...
Topics: Bilibid Prison, World War II, prisoners of war, POWs, Philippine Islands, Robert Kentner, war...
Vol. VI, No . 3 REPORT NO. 112By Captain C. W. SHILLING, (MC) USN, Medical Officer in Chargeand Mrs. Jessie W. Kohl, P-1, Scientific Staff AssistantU. S. Naval Medical Research LaboratoryU. S. Naval Submarine Base, New London, Conn.
Topics: Submarine medicine, World War II, Naval Medical Research Laboratory, Naval Submarine Base New...
Personal Author(s):Garland, Frank CCorporate Author:NAVAL HEALTH RESEARCH CENTER SAN DIEGO CAReport Date:Mar 1996Abstract: (U) This is a final report for year one of a comprehensive epidemiologic research study of a large population of military women and men in an operationally deployed situation, assignment to Naval ships. This study addresses factors affecting the health and performance of women serving aboard ship, utilizing three data collection methods: questionnaires administered aboard...
Topics: MILITARY PERSONNEL, HEALTH, WOMEN, NAVAL VESSELS, NAVAL PERSONNEL, OPERATIONAL READINESS,...
NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH UNIT NO. 4, GREAT LAKES, ILLINOIS: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS 1946-1971Historical Highlights ...1Major Diseases Affecting Naval Recruits ...6Accomplishments ...10Appendices:A. NAMRU-4 Officers-in-Charge and Commanding Officers ...24B. NAMRU-4 Mission and Tasks ...25C. NAMRU-4 Consultants and Affiliations ...26D. NAMRU-4 Publications ...27E. NAMRU-4 Project Reports ...46
Topics: NAMRU-4, research, recruit medicine
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 58 No. 3 September 1971FROM THE CHIEF ...................... 2FEATURE ARTICLESDoctors Answer the Call ................. 4Disaster Aid .......................... 16Ground breaking ....... . ............... 30"The Hawk" and Drug Awareness ........... 41PROFESSIONAL PAPERSEntrapment of Deep Branch of Radial Nerve by Fibrous Attachment of Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis: Case Report with Operative Decompression and Cure ........... . .... 10Approach to the War...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Vietnam War, drug abuse, dentistry, pediatrics, USS Sanctuary, hospital...
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 83, No. 2 March-April 1992 From the Surgeon General 1 Healthcare Support Offices: A Vital Navy Resource Department Rounds 2 Preventive Medicine at the Haitian Refugee Camps CDR D.S. Herip, MC, USN LCDR D.D. Slaten, MC, USN Features 8 Navy Medicine and the Marines: The Untold Story in the Gulf CAPT M.D. Roberts, MSC, USNR 16 Pacific Duty on the Troopship MS Sommelsdijk (Part II) CAPT P.M. Ellwood, MC, USN (Ret.) Edited by D.L. Mawdsley, M.D. 21 Chronology- WWII: Navy Medicine...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Haiti, Haitian refugees, humanitarian assistance,...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 96, No. 6 November-December 2005 Departments 2 Department Rounds Hospital Corpsmen and Dental Technicians Join Forces to Provide Top Health Care Navy Dental Corps Celebrates 93 Years of Service Naval Hospital Bremerton Staff Departs for Kuwait Manage Your Stress "Online" Navies Provide Medical, Dental Care in Philippines Transformation Office to Streamline Military Health System International Troop Team Brings Iraqi Clinics Hope Inter-cultural Nursing Program...
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U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 57 No. 6 June 1971FROM THE CHIEF ...................... 2FEATURE ARTICLESNavy Hospital Corpsmen: The Backbone of the Medical Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5The Ideas of a Corpsman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9A Report on the Design and Development of the LHA-1 Class General Purpose Amphibious Assault Ship Medical/Dental Spaces ........ 13Sit-Down and Four-Handed ............... 20LPH Medical Department: Problems and Valuable Experience ... ....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, obituaries, hospital corpsmen, entomology, Vietnam War, Mack Wilhelm, Navy...
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 88, No. 2 March-April 1997 Department Rounds Corpsman Renders Aid to Gunshot Victim LT E. Rosenthal, USN 2 Atlanta Medical Reservists Help Host the World CDR M Toler, USNR LCDR L. Nicolai, USNR LCDR K. Davis, USNR Features 5 Hospital Corps Rating Badges HMCS (FMF) M T Hacala, USNR 11 Novice Nurse in Ambulatory Care Initiative CDR D. Janikowski, NC, USN 13 Combat Casualty Resuscitation Fonn LCDR K.L. Greason, MC, USNR LT JM. Berry, MC, USNR CAPT D.H Freer, MC, USN Clinical 19...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, Paralympics, Nurse Corps, Hospital Corps Rating...
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 54 No. 3 September 1969S PECIAL ARTICLESSecond Annual Symposium on Trauma . . . . . . . . . . . . IDesign and Staffing of Emergency Rooms . . . . . . . . . . 1Pulmonary Resuscitation Following Trauma . . . . . . . . 3Anesthesia for Traumatized Patients . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Acute Phase of Amputee Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10MEDICAL ARTICLESPublic Health Problems Relating to the Vietnam Returnee . .. . . . . . . . 12Emergency...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, aphasia, Vietnam War, anesthesia, antibiotic resistance, amputees,...
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 60 No. 4 October 1972FROM THE CHIEF.. .................... 2FEATURE ARTICLESNavy Day - October 13, 1775-1972 ....3Health Care Delivery: Second Annual Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6A Noble Predecessor - VADM Joel T. Boone . . 13Th e Construction Cometh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Disaster Readiness ......... ........ .... 31Laminar Airflow .... .. . . ..... . ... . .... 43Reporting Workload by Computer .......... 51New Navy Nurses Visit Naval...
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This video looks at how medical advances that began 100 years ago are still used today, by both military and civilian hospitals. It asks medical, military and history experts whether dealing with today’s combat injuries– such as IED strikes and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – were influenced by treatment of injuries such as shellshock 100 years ago. It also highlights how technology is now on the frontline of medical treatment but asks: is today’s problem that there aren’t...
Topics: World War I, World War 1, shell shock, PTSD, military medicine, military history, Netherlands,...
US Navy Fleet Hospital 107 Cruise Book (or yearbook) from Christmas 1944 at Noumea, New Caledonia during World War II. The former Mobile Hospital #7 was commissioned in Brooklyn, NY on July 9, 1942 and arrived in New Caledonia on December 11, 1942. Patients began being treated in April 1943. The hospital was disestablished on February 1, 1945 and decommissioned in November 1945.
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HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY PERSONNEL DIRECTORY July 1993
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Navy Medical Newsletter Vol. 54 No. 6 December 1969MEDICAL ARTICLESRecent Advances in Freeze-Preservation of Red Blood Cells ......................4Asymptomatic Hepatitis in Adults Given Y-Globulin for Prophylaxis ..... ... 8Penetrating Wounds of the Neck . .......... .12Mycoplasmal Pneumonia ............ .. ... .19Association of Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Infection With Primary Atypical Pneumonia ...21FEATURE ARTICLESChristmas Is .... . . ... ....... .......... . . .26Experiences of the USS PUEBLO...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, USS Pueblo, malaria, North Korea, Korean War, pneumonia, blood transfusion,...
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 97, No. 2 March-April 2006 2 Department Rounds Gas Chromatograph: The Preventive Medicine Professionalâs Best Friend DOD Announces Implementation of Traumatic Injury Protection Senator Secures Federal Funding for Medical University Do You Have An Upcoming Deployment? Name Change for FHOTC Bravery and Heroism of Navy Corpsmen with Marines Set Standard Corpsman Survives âOne on Oneâ with Improvised Explosive Device Physical Therapy Technician Keeps Marines Battle Ready...
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NAVY MEDICINE Volume 100, No. 5 September-October 2009 4 ADMIRAL'S CALL 5 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 6 DEPARTMENT ROUNDS FEATURES 24 Hearing Conservation: The Engineering Part of the Equation K. Yankaskas 28 Survival Mode M. Nguyen 31 A LOOK BACK Navy Medicine 1836-1974
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U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 71, No. 12 December 19802 Department RoundsOperational Medicine Orientation 1980J.K. Herman7 FeaturesSoviet Naval Medicine: Submarine Medical Officers and Surgical Training (Part Four)CAPT R.P. Caudill, Jr., MC, USN11 Enlisted Medical Department DetailersHMCM C.A. Crocker, USN15 Auditory and Visually Evoked Responses: Their Use in Navy MedicineHM2 M. Fournier, USN18 ProfessionalManagement of Obesity in Retired and Dependent PersonnelLT J. G. Trantham, MC, USNR23 Notes...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, obesity, Soviet Naval Medicine, USSR, index, roster
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AIR FORCE MANUAL NUMBER 161-1 Aerospace and Preventive MedicineFLIGHT SURGEON'S MANUAL17 January 1962The purpose of this manual is to act as a guide and a reference for the Flight Surgeon in the performance of his duties. It combines engineering and aeronautical facts with medical knowledge to provide the basic information encompassing the very specialized field of Aerospace Medicine.CONTENTSThe Aircrew Effectiveness Progr am  Effects of Decreased Partial Pressure of OxygenOn Respiratory...
Topics: military medicine, aviation medicine, aerospace medicine, space
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 98, No. 1 January-February 2007 4 Department Rounds 24 Ironclad Fever, Flying Boltheads, and Shattered Constitutions 27 The Odor of Mud 29 A Look Back at Four Navy Physicians and Their Presidential Patients 33 An Ugly and Forbidding Place 35 A Look Back Navy Medicine 1945
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U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 62 No. 1 July 1973FROM THE CHIEF ...................... 2FLAG OFFICER SELECTION ....... . . .... . . 4ACP MEETING, 1973 .................... 9CAPT R.H. Easterday, MC, USNNAVY GASTROENTEROLOGISTS STAR IN WILLIAM BEAUMONT SYMPOSIUM ...... 35FEATURE ARTICLESSubmarine and Diving Medicine Research Program . 14L T Owen O. Hanley, Jr., MC, USNRNorfolk Meeting of NATO Medical Officers ...... 18CDR Robert L. Koon, MSC, USNMass Casualty Planning ..... .. .. ... . . ..... ....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, obituaries, index, women's health, submarine medicine, mass casualty drill,...
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 83, No. 3 May-June 1992 From the Surgeon General 1 A Salute to the Navy Nurse Corps Department Rounds 2 Flag Officer Selectees Interview 5 RADM Mariano Stratton, NC, 17th Director of Navy Nurse Corps J.K. Herman Features 9 Navy Nursing- 1992: 84 Years of Caring Compiled by LCDR D. McDowell, NC, USN 14 Carrier Nursing LCDR R.S. Poyne, NC, USN 20 Nursing Pioneers and the Hospital Ship Relief LCDR C. Curto, NC, USN 26 Pacific Duty on the Troopship MS Sommelsdijk CAPT P.M....
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, Nurse Corps, nursing, World War II, USS Relief, Prisoners of War, POWs,...
Workload Management System For Nursing, third edition THE NAVY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT'S WORKLOAD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR NURSING (Patient Classification and Staffing Allocation) The first edition of this workbook was written by Major Elizabeth Rimm, ANC, then a research nurse at WRAMC. It was later edited and revised by CDR Karen Rieder, Director, Research Department, NSHS, and the Nursing Education staff at Naval Hospital, Bethesda. This, the third edition, is a culmination of the efforts of CDR...
Topics: Nursing, Nurse Corps, Army Nurse Corps, training manual, patient care
NAVY MEDICINE Volume 99, No. 1 January-February 2008 4 Admiral's Call 6 Department Rounds 17 Preventing Chaos: Preparing for an Influenza Pandemic CAPT J. Monestersky, MC, USN CAPT J. LaMar, MC, USN CAPT L. Williams, DC, USN M. Lesko 21 Faces of the OR 22 "Stepping Stones to Tokyo" Release 23 HMS Amethyst Update 24 Anguishing Decisions CAPT Harry Dinsmore, MC, USN (Ret.) 26 Forum Building a Sea-Based Medical Support System, Part I: The Strategic Environment CAPT A.M. Smith, MC, USNR,...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, influenza, Vietnam War, Presidential medicine
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 77, No.5 September-October 1986 From the Commander 1 Quality Medical Care Department Rounds 2 Operation Golden Shield Bethesda Consultant's Corner 6 Analysis of Stool Chemistries in the Evaluation of Diarrheal Disorders LCDR D.A. Johnson, MC, USNR Feature 10 With Iowa at Sea J.K. Herman Education and Training 18 The Military Training Network for Resuscitative Medicine CDR C.H. Sengbusch, MSC, USN CAPT M.L. Cowan, MC, USN CAPT D.L. Sturtz, MC, USN A.M. Curiale...
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U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 59 No. 4 April 1972FROM THE CHIEF 2FEATURE ARTICLES Self-Help 3Dr. Wilbur Addresses Physician's Aid Screeners 14Regional Health Care Delivery 35Missed Meals 44PROFESSIONAL PAPERSThe Hematologists' Corner - Iron Metabolism 16Interruption of the Aortic Arch Without a Patent Ductus Arteriosus 21Constitutional Slow Growth With Delayed Adolescence 26Methoxyflurane Nephropathy 30On the Reproducibility of Periodontal Indices 41ABSTRACTS AND REVIEWS  47QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, nutrition, pediatrics, adolescence, drug abuse, aerospace medicine
Navy and Marine Corps Medical News April 2013 Stories in this edition of MEDNEWS: - Navy Surgeon General holds first virtual leadership symposium - Surgeon General's Corner: Navy Medicine supports sexual assault awareness and prevention - Psychiatrist keeps tabs on mental health - NMCPHC launches Reproductive, Sexual Health Campaign - Camp Lemonnier surgical team assists in limb-saving surgeries - Bremerton staff perform high-tech labor, delivery procedure - Naval Hospital Bremerton recognizes...
Topics: sexual assault awareness, MedNews, Navy Surgeon General, Navy, Corpsman, research, psychology, camp...
On 22 November 1963, the body of President John F. Kennedy was transported from Dallas, TX, to Andrews Air Force Base and taken to the National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) , Bethesda, MD where a postmortem examination  was performed by a team of Navy and Army pathologists.  Two White House physicians—RADM George Burkley, MC, USN and LCDR James Morningstar Young, MC, USN , —stood watch over the procedure. In 2001, now retired CAPT James Young, shared some of his recollections of...
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U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 64 No. 1 July 1974FROM THE CHIEF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2SCHOLARS' SCUTTLEBUTT ............. 30COMING AND GOING .................... 32INDEX (January- June 1974) . ... . .. ... .. 55FEATURE ARTICLESFleet Medical Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4RADM E.J. Rupnik, MC, USNA Study of the Factors Influencing Career Motivation Among Physicians and Dentists .... 16PROFESSIONAL PAPERSDrug Abusers: Some Preliminary Findings . . .... 18LT...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, NRMC San Diego, NRMC Bremerton, index, drug abuse
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U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 60 No. 1 July 1972FROM THE CHIEF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2FEATURE ARTICLESFlag Officer Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Training Dental Assistants ................ 22ACP Meeting, 1972 ..................... 24PROFESSIONAL PAPERSA Transient Situational Addiction to Heroin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8The Cardiologists' Corner - A Rational Approach to the Management of Angina Pectoris .. .. .. .. . .. .. . ... ........
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, uniforms, obituaries, index, drug abuse, cardiology, dentistry
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 77, No. 2 March-April 1986 Department Rounds 1 No Need to Turn Back PH2 A.C. Hicks, Jr. Bethesda Consultant's Corner 2 Brief Psychiatric Family Consultations With Hospitalized Adolescents CAPT R.i. Gemelli, MC, USN Education and Training 7 Military Medical Education at USUHS CAPT TS. Baker, MSC, USAF CAPT M.L. Cowan, MC, USN COL C.H. Llewellyn, MC, USA Features 12 SPARTEN: A Total Body Fitness Program for Health and Physical Readiness LT E.J. Marcinik, MSC, USN 16...
Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, medicalheritagelibrary, psychiatry, USUHS, Uniformed Services University of...
A Journal of Navy Medical History and Culture. Remembering Miss Cavell: A Nurse's Journey of Struggle, Sacrifice, and Service by Terri Arthur and CAPT Irene Weaver ........................................page 4 A Brief History of International Neighborliness, 1898-1913: Navy Medicine Engagement in Global Health .................................page 8 Remembering Hennesey: Navy Medicine's Only Primetime Sitcom .......................................page 14 Showcase Navy Medicine and the...
Topics: navy medical history, medicalheritagelibrary, edith cavell, hennesey, television, global health,...
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 77 No. 4 July-August 1986 Department Rounds 1 Disaster at Sea CDR E.K. Ledbetter, MC, USN Bethesda Consultant's Corner 3 Malnutrition in Hospitalized Patients: Recognition and Initial Management CDR A . Meyers, MC, USN CDR G.P. Zaloga, MC, USN Features 9 Expert Witness: CAPT Levine Helps Identify Remains of Josef Mengele D. LaMacchia 13 "Doc" Lipes Commandeers a Submarine Officers' Wardroom G. Weller IS Navy's Occupational Health Information Management System...
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